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Help Programming motorola xts3000

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av8or91

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Hello,

I have a VHF XTS3000 model 2 that I am trying to program for the Larimer County Colorado Sheriffs office and surrounding frequencies. I am able to use CPS, read and write the radio but when I program the frequencies in from the database here, I am not getting any audio at all. Is there something I am missing? Are they not using those VHF frequencies? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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poltergeisty

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Larimer County uses P25 on the 800 MHz statewide system. I'm not sure why the old analog frequencies are listed still as I have not heard anything on them. I would ask in the Colorado Forum if the VHF frequencies are still in use.
 
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